I am an experienced SUPer and we have 4 inflatable SUP boards (iSUP) in our family and two fiberglass boards. We live by the beach in So Cal and do a lot of traveling to lakes in CA, NV & AZ. We love iSUPs for their portability, lightness aand durability vs. our fiberglass boards. I prefer my iSUP vs. my fiberglass because it is more stable, lighter, more comfortable for long paddles and I don't have to worry about my kids (11 & 9yo) getting hurt on them or banging into boats or each other.
This board in particular is great. It is 10'6" long and 34" wide which is wider than general for iSUPs. It's a BIG board but it handles great - it has three fins which makes it easily steerable and able to make tight turns. It comes with a three piece carbon fiber handle which is better than my fancy Quick Blade one (well - I like it better anyways). The paddle pole is very light with a plastic paddle which I really like because I dont have to worry about using it to push of rocks and the shore like with my fiberglass one. Big bonus - It also has a kayak paddle head to convert it to a kayak paddle which my daughter loves. There is a nice supportive Kayak seat too which we clipped on and it works fine but we found it got in the way so we don't use it much. The deck on the board covers 80% and is a very cushy smooth mat with a light diamond pattern for traction. I really like that the mat is mostly smooth - doesn't give me weird impressions on my skin when I lay out on the board (not a big deal but I really appreciated this feature). There are two bungee sets which are large and able to secure a bunch of stuff - I generally have a small cooler, life vest, dry pack, fins and 32oz water bottle for day lake trips and it all stays put.
It takes up to 20psi but I only had it at 15.5psi and it was solid and steady and held air for 4 days. I have multiple electric SUP pumps & I highly suggest the investment. I hate manual pumps because by the time I'm done pumping the board my arms are worn out and my paddle isn't as enjoyable.
We recently took it up to the Mammoth Lakes area and did 7 lakes in 3 days. The boards were pumped to 15.5psi for 4 days and traveled/stored overnight on top of our roof rack. We stayed in Mammoth at 8400mi above sea level and went down to a few other lakes in the area at 4500mi above sea level. On day 4 there was no air loss in my board which is really impressive given the altitude changes. Deflating the board was easy and it rolled up neatly and fit into the really nice quality carry bag. The bag is a backpack style that fits the board and all the gear with room for my electric pump and three life vests in the main compartment. There is a large external compartment that holds four large towels. I have a lightweight collapsible hand-truck that I strap the bag to to make it easy to travel with. The bag with board & gear is 23lbs - giving 25lbs to work with if you plan to fly with the board - which we do.
If you are going to use your board a lot (more than 1x a month) it is totally worth it to invest in a electric SUP pump. This one I got on amazon & it is a self powered battery, car or house powered. It blows up 2 boards on one charge making it possible to go to remote lakes/shorelines and have a fun paddle with out the hard work of pumping the board.